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  • Tour and briefing offers planners an update of Lehigh expansion, conveyor plan

    Tour and briefing offers planners an update of Lehigh expansion, conveyor plan
    When it comes to expanding its New Windsor quarry operation, Lehigh Cement Co. is looking years down the road. But it gave a preview Aug. 8 of its plan to transport millions of tons of stone between the quarry and its processing plant in Union Bridge...
  • City converts streetlights to energy-saving LEDs

    City converts streetlights to energy-saving LEDs
    Going block by block, crews in bucket trucks are converting 70,000 city streetlights from sodium vapor lights to long-lasting, energy-saving LEDs. The bright side: Baltimore expects to reap an annual savings of $1.9 million on its electric bill and $275,...
  • Sinkhole on Monument Street widens

    A large sinkhole on East Monument Street near Johns Hopkins Hospital widened this weekend, potentially compromising sanitation lines to multiple homes and businesses along the street and causing their water to be shut off, according to city public works...
  • Dr. Reubin Andres, gerontologist

    Dr. Reubin Andres, gerontologist
    Dr. Reubin Andres, a retired gerontologist who challenged commonly circulated height-weight tables for the elderly and conducted diabetes research, died of complications from heart disease Sunday at his Lake Roland-area home. He was 89. Dr. Andres...
  • A dreamy dorm room

    Gloomy economic news has cast a pall over the dorm room daydreams of college kids for several years now, but those who track retail sales figures think this might be a breakout season. More of America's children are going away to college this year than...
  • McKinnie says he'll win back his starting job with the Ravens

    McKinnie says he'll win back his starting job with the Ravens
    Bryant McKinnie is confident that he'll get his left tackle job back. He feels healthy enough to play right now and he says that despite all the attention being paid to his conditioning, he's nearly 20 pounds lighter than he was when he was signed by...
  • Rosalie A. "Rosie" Fonner, registered nurse

    Rosalie A. "Rosie" Fonner, registered nurse
    Rosalie A. "Rosie" Fonner, a registered nurse who had worked for several decades in the mother-baby unit at University of Maryland Medical Center, where she relished her role as an advocate, died Feb. 3 of cancer at her Halethorpe home. She was 62....
  • New western Maryland wind energy project in works

    New western Maryland wind energy project in works
    While Maryland lawmakers debate whether to subsidize a large wind energy project in the Atlantic Ocean off Ocean City, an Annapolis company is moving ahead with plans for the state's third land-based wind "farm." Synergics Wind Energy LLC, which built...
  • Dr. John M. Dennis, UM medical school dean

    Dr. John M. Dennis, UM medical school dean
    Dr. John M. Dennis, a nationally known radiologist and former dean of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where his career spanned nearly half a century, died Thursday of respiratory failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 89....
  • Cold snap, far from letting up, raises health concerns

    Cold snap, far from letting up, raises health concerns
    Baltimore will enter its third consecutive day below freezing Thursday, prompting health officials to warn vulnerable residents of deadly conditions, even as the region prepares for treacherous travel with light snow expected to fall early Thursday and...
  • Letter: Merriweather's noise is not healthy and contradicts Ulman's commitments

    County Executive Ken Ulman's support for Merriweather Post Pavilion's proposed legislation HoCo 9-13 contradicts his "make good government even better" commitment and all his core priorities:  Public safety and education: Noise causes carbohydrate...
  • More booms from Aberdeen Proving Ground tests likely, starting Monday

    The U.S. Army Aberdeen Test Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, plans to conduct several large detonations beginning on or about Monday, Dec. 17, and ending on or about Friday, Dec. 21. These detonations are likely to generate sound and/or vibration...